Fix A Bad Haircut With Hair Extensions
An uneven or simply bad haircut can happen more than one can imagine, a stylist may be having a bad day, unfamiliar with your hair type, or a novice. Believe it or not, this is one of the foremost reasons people seek hair extensions, especially when hair is cut too short. Adding hair extensions are a perfect solution to fix damaged hair due to over-processing, this is the second most popular reason to apply for hair extensions. Many of these are not destined to be long-term hair extension wearers and often have their own beautiful hair. We use our premium hair extension services to help grow in their hair during that "awkward stage" of regrowth. One of my clients had a complete mullet after a recent salon visit, she had tears in her eyes when she came in for a consultation. A mullet is having short hair on the top and longer on the bottom, think of the popular film "Joe Dirt." Her hair situation required custom extensions blended into the very short top section of her hair. Her hair extensions were a challenge to blend, but I can proudly say that six months later her mullet grew out! She currently does not wear hair extensions, but she has converted to our salon for all her hair needs.
Recently another beautiful client visited our salon after receiving a choppy haircut from a popular hair salon chain, I do not like to disparage another salon, therefore, they will remain anonymous. Maybe her stylist was having a bad day, We used our Veila Pull-Thru hair extensions, three packs filled in her hair, as well as give lots of extra lengths. She was so excited to fix her bad haircut and was so grateful that hair extensions exist.
This beauty had some chunks of hair missing after her haircut, look at it now!
The next day, another person called our salon, and she had experienced a bad haircut! I started to think the stars were not aligning, two bad hair cuts in two days in a row. This lovely young lady had shaven sides, a chopped short bob, and was anxious to even out the cut without making it shorter. We elongated her choppy bob hair cut into a long bob hairstyle by attaching hair extensions. We used two shades of ash blonde to match her hair, and we added a money piece in the front of her hair. Since her hair is short, her extensions were carefully applied close to her part covered with just enough of her own hair.
A Choppy Bob Hair Cut With Shaved Sides, Longer With Veila Hair Extensions
It is paramount to keep our client's natural hair healthy by not adding too many hair extensions and applying them a safe distance from the scalp to avoid traction. It is important for them to keep up with adjustment appointments which range from six to ten weeks apart.
It was a strange week in the hair world, and we are honored to have helped our clients in their time of need. If you have gotten a bad cut, or just need some hair TLC, please keep us in mind. We offer all types of hair extensions to suit your own hair needs, Veila pull-thru will keep your hair healthy, we have tape-in hair, keratin individual strands, and hand-tied sew-in extensions; all of which can be combined utilizing a hybrid application technique.
Hair Extensions Background
At Noelle Salon, we evaluate your natural hair, listen to our client's wishes on styling, color match, and look. We use human hair extensions like 100% Remy human hair, or Virgin Hair (unlike Bellami hair). Hair extensions can be used for short hair or 24 inches of a full head of hair, and have worked with different methods like tape-in extensions, clip-in hair extensions, Keratin and enjoy using our Pull-thru Veila Hair Extensions for ease of hair care. Styling can vary from flat iron, natural curl, or curly hair. Whether you are looking for a change of style or look for a day such as a Clip-in ponytail, having a high-quality ponytail extension can mix it up for you. Your natural hair journey with your hair growth can be enhanced with Hair extensions when protective styling is applied, and regular maintenance is used. You can change your hair in one day - feel free to reach out to us and explore the possibilities.